Posts Tagged ‘ clean-up ’

Rocky Hill Man Leads Effort To Clean Up, Improve Trails At Historic Park

Feb 20th, 2012 | By

Under the direction of Ed Chiucarello, more than a dozen volunteers turned out Saturday morning to clear brush, pick up trash and clear long-neglected foundations at one of those places: the 68-acre Dividend Pond Park, a focus of local industry from early colonial days until the later 19th century. For more on this story, visit:

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Hockanum River Clean-up Saturday: Volunteers Needed To Clear Trash From The River And Its Banks

Sep 29th, 2011 | By

MANCHESTER — Volunteers can gather at the Hockanum River Saturday to take part in a fall cleaning. The volunteer effort to clear trash from the river is part of the Connecticut River Watershed Council’s Source To Sea Clean-Up, involving residents of all four states along the big tidal river and its feeder streams. Read more

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NRG Energy’s Middletown Station Boosts CRWC’s CT River Cleanup

Sep 7th, 2011 | By

As residents of the Connecticut River valley pitch in to help each other recover from Tropical Storm Irene, NRG Energy’s Middletown Station will again sponsor the Connecticut River Watershed Council’s (CRWC) 15th Annual Source to Sea Cleanup on Saturday Oct. 1. With NRG Energy’s support, CRWC will mobilize several thousand volunteers in four states to

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Volunteers brave cold weather to beautify Stamford’s Mill River Park

Apr 20th, 2011 | By

STAMFORD — Conservationist volunteers dragged wheelbarrow load after wheelbarrow load of mulch Saturday morning to a former cement parking lot now home to a cherry tree nursery, where the Mill River Collaborative is growing a new batch of saplings to replace those cut down two years ago amid controversy. Read more here: Volunteers brave cold

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GE Cleanup of New York’s Hudson River Must Release Fewer Toxins: EPA

Dec 17th, 2010 | By

Rules released today for the second phase of the cleanup require GE to be more efficient in the way it dredges the river bottom.



NRG sponsoring CRWC ‘Great River Cleanup’ Oct. 2

Sep 3rd, 2010 | By

NRG has announced that it is “‘leading the way as sponsor of the ‘Great River Cleanup’” The company announced that the Connecticut River Watershed Council needs a few thousand volunteers for the Oct. 2, 2010, Source to Sea Cleanup.  This year, NRG Energy again leads the way as title sponsor, with many of its Connecticut

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